Europe’s Largest 3D Printed Building Will Only Take 6 Days to Build

Germany Started

Newstoday: Germany is now working on the largest 3D-printed structure in Europe, and experts believe that the project will be completed in a matter of days, or roughly 140 hours.

Heidelberg Materials is supplying a unique 3D concrete printing material for the construction of this ground-breaking structure in Heidelberg, Germany. The structure will be 55 meters long, 11 meters wide, and 9 meters high, according to Hans-Joerg Kraus, the creator of the 3D-printed building project in Heidelberg.

In the future, it is feasible that just one person will be necessary to supervise the building. In answer to questions concerning the future possibilities of 3D printing, the corporation expressed a strong conviction in the technology's promising future. However, it noted that not all building projects are ideal for 3D printing, particularly those requiring unique architectural components that cannot be achieved using traditional means.

Sabahat Abid


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